I typically do not like clam chowder but the chowder at Bogie's has changed my mind forever . . . it was fabulous . . as was the pulled pork (ask for it without the BBQ sauce).
The manager, Benjamin, knows the value of quality and personal service and it will greatly benefit the resort over the years. Meanwhile, the food is to die for. Lobster mac and cheese. Blueberry pie that my husband double-forked. Amazing french fries.
Menu was varied and creative. Our large party agreed that the food was excellent and service was topnotch.
Nice ambiance and good food but the dinner was marred by countless service blunders. The entire staff was trying way to hard to be up scale and unfortunately missed that mark by a wide margin. My wife and I actually had some quiet laughs while trying to figure out what was going to go wrong next. The staff could really... More
The raves are really earned. This is clearly the best restaurant choice available in the Boothbay area. We liked their menu, the service, the food, and moderate pricing of this restaurant. Service started with a complimentary glass of champagne and ended with a complimentary muffin to take home for the next day's breakfast. Every item ordered was served well prepared... More
Bogie's is the Bar/Restaurant directly attached to 88 Grandview so I am reviewing it under this restaurant since it is the same kitchen I would assume. This is about our fifth year having brunch here and it is a superlative value for only fifteen dollars (!) per person. This was our second brunch here this season. The buffet includes scrambled... More
This is a first class inn, as you used to find them prevalent in Maine. It is not for the tee shirt crowd, but a nice polo shirt will do. The steamed lobster was really steamed and was excellent. It must have been just under two pounds and was beautifully prepared. An interesting note, the lobster was the most expensive... More
Once again our annual dinner at 88 Grandview was superb! Having a summer home nearby we try to eat here every year. This year our dinning experience was terrific as usual, just a little more so... The menu now changes seasonally, for spring, summer and fall, although I tend to only be there midsummer. Some nice added touches were the... More
The Spruce Point Inn's Restaurant 88 is fine dining with a spectacular view. We had excellent fresh salads. The raw oysters with their sauces were fresh and tasty. We had mushroom ravioli's and the cedar plank salmon which also were great. And the desserts were also excellent.
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